The innate sense of style is evident in every corner of this beautiful converted agricultural barn, and the kitchen was to be no exception.
Our customers wanted a contemporary, industrial-look, ‘grown-up’ kitchen diner in keeping with the interior style used throughout the home. The brief was minimalist, contemporary and black, and we couldn’t wait to get started!
Working closely with the customers, we wanted to utilise the textures and features of the building and create something really special with a bold black colour scheme. The resulting kitchen design is a true handleless german kitchen by Rotpunkt with copper rails, two contrasting worktops and a stunning statement island.
To create some contrast to the black, the two worktops are different stones and finishes. The worktop on the island is Neolith Iron Corten, a sintered stone inspired by the colours of red oxide. It really adds warmth and visual interest to the space and carries similar tones to the exposed brickwork. The worktop against the brick work is black granite.
Not to be forgotten, the utility room was given the same minimalist style treatment and colour scheme, but for this room, the handleless doors are J Profile, and the worktop is black laminate.
The unique ‘rusty’ look doors on the island were custom-made to achieve this weathered oxidised copper style adding more colour and texture to this matte black kitchen.
The black worktop is Absolute Black granite in a honed finish which gives the granite a matte finish that works so well with the other textures in this space.
Ready to entertain in some style, this kitchen is kitted out with Miele ovens, a BORA downdraft extraction hob, The 1810 Company sink in stunning gunmetal, a Liebherr fridge freezer, and completed by a Dunavox under-counter wine cooler.
Photos by jackbeard.com